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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bisichi Plc LSE:BISI London Ordinary Share GB0001012045 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 60.00 55.00 65.00 60.00 60.00 60.00 0.00 08:00:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 48.1 3.0 9.8 6.1 6

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
06/1/2006
14:07
macd turned down now, a hit of 0 could be coming B
biswell
04/1/2006
17:34
Sold 215p. Disappointed. They say they will come back to the market for cash. I'm quitting mining stocks for the moment to concentrate on O&G, where I'm doing OK.
chopsy
03/1/2006
13:22
what an opportunity to get in today!! - no dealing limit left!!
xxxadv
03/1/2006
12:55
Anyone know if the mine is still shut?
stegrego
21/12/2005
17:52
but he might as well not bother if he's going to state the obvious!
myopia
20/12/2005
11:27
Fund raising has been postponed, but will be coming Results will not be in line with expectations now B
biswell
14/12/2005
11:13
Under observation following the Shares article. I'd be most grateful for the opinion of experienced holders on whether we are still in falling knife mode and if so the possible timing/level of an up turn?
johnrxx99
08/12/2005
08:24
BISI mentioned in Shares Magazine today "Strong recovery potential" and suggesting they might be looking at putting in a flexible conveyer belt system, similar to one rumoured to being tested by Anglocoal, which could up coal removal by four to five times, massively boosing production.
eternaloptimist
05/12/2005
17:38
Too bad about the P/W, and sorry about the bloke who lost his life. I heard on the radio that on average 10,000 miners lose their life in China each year, not that that makes it any better. Risky business.
chopsy
22/11/2005
17:33
Triple bottom here, so let's hope it's trend reversal. Onward and upward.
chopsy
16/11/2005
12:39
Who do Bisichi sell coal too?? UK may have to increase coal usage for electrity if there are shortages in Gas re the expected big freeze. GB.
greatbear
15/11/2005
19:56
Yet another odd sale; 4000 @ 270p when the bid/offer was 285/295p and you could sell 5000 @ 287p online. Must be a third-party sale for a non-investment reason.
skyracer
15/11/2005
18:52
Well I made a maiden purchase this morning, such a low PEG, and I'm trying to realign my pension portfolio towards stocks with better fundamentals. So I'm here for the long term and I'll buy the dips.
chopsy
11/11/2005
19:34
one of the cheapist shares in the market imho. lots of downside protection agree with toping up on the dips in the end value will out bound to be profit takers after the huge rise over the last 3-4years. my short term target £5.00. p.s not sure how i managed the gap but will stand clear of the doors!
bisiboy
11/11/2005
13:52
Not sure how they work some of these deals, my top up was timed at 12.17 and has not shown yet, wonder who does get actual real time data? Quite like the little tick up though. Edit: deal not shown even at the close?
green sand
11/11/2005
12:47
Topped up, could not resist at this price, forward per of less than 10 with a predicted eps growth of 100%+ gives a peg of 0.09! Cash flow in excess of eps and greater than cap ex. Even if Evo are wearing the usual rose coloured specsavers there is plenty of scope. The demand for the product is still high and with the deals that are in place it should stay that way. Good Luck GS
green sand
10/11/2005
15:44
And an hour after the deal is timed, probably when it was posted the share price starts north, has all the hallmarks of somebody either needing the money badly or that deal was not going to hurt too much personnally. Either way it looks as though it was obvious to the buyer.
green sand
10/11/2005
15:01
I sometimes wonder about the personal circumstances behind what appears to be a distress sale, like the 10000 @ 263p today when the bid/offer is 275/285p. Perhaps a person has become deceased, or its part of a divorce settlement, or the money is urgently needed ? ( em bisiboy, whats with the gap? )
skyracer
03/11/2005
14:13
well said forget the price swings
bisiboy
03/11/2005
10:20
Skyracer - you are so correct. Well done for holding.
chester
02/11/2005
12:46
Hi chester. Now that you have sold, BISI is sure to recover.... The interim results were a little disappointing, I was hoping for at least eps 8p, but it seems they had operational problems in the first quarter which they resolved by installing a breaker/feeder and surge bin and improving their working practices. These are designed to convert a variable flow of material (surges and stops) into a continuous steady flow. The second quarter was good they say, and this seems to have continued into the third quarter, so hopefully the second half will be better than the first. Getting your process flow balanced and reliable can produce dramatic improvements in output whatever your industry. I notice they have "achieved a 19% increase in the price of our domestic coal supply contract to the ferrochrome industry". Further protection against price fluctuations. I am still in, taking a long term view, which remains very good IMO. BISI has always been a volatile share however so who knows what will happen. BTW what are Numis doing for their money anyway ?
skyracer
02/11/2005
11:01
Sorry Guys, I sold the last of my holding today. I will look to get back in later. I've also sold nearly my whole portfolio of stocks now....
chester
26/10/2005
12:03
Good man! Your dulcet tones are music to my ears
green sand
26/10/2005
11:53
I'm talking....
chester
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